Loss of supportive friends/family ties.
Difficulty with people at work.
j. Immediate Danger Signals of Suicide Intent. One or more of the following
signs seen in a person may indicate an immediate problem:
Depressive symptoms . Included, but not limited to, are:
Inability to concentrate.
Loss of appetite.
(d) Apathy/social withdrawal.
Poor personal hygiene/sloppiness.
(g) Feelings of worthlessness.
(2) Verbal warnings. The mythology surrounding suicide leads people to
believe that the person who talks about suicide does not commit suicide. That is not
true. Some examples of verbal warnings are:
(a) "I'm getting out," or "I'm tired of it all."
"I wish I were dead."
"I can't go on any longer."
(d) "If such and such happens (or doesn't happen), I'll kill myself."
(e) "You're going to regret how you've treated me."
"Here, take this (valued possession). I won't be needing it